June EcoCentric Mom-to-Be Box Review

I received the Mom-To-Be box to review at no charge to help make being pregnant a fun thing and as part of my partnership with the EcoCentric Mom Bloggers.  All opinions are 100% my own.

This month’s box arrived and I was eager to see what was included!  This is my third month receiving the EcoCentric Mom-to-Be box and I was not disappointed!

In case you missed my post introducing EcoCentric Mom to you, they are a great subscription service box that works very hard to introduce you to the most ethical and sustainable companies and the products they offer.  The companies and products are hand-picked and meet the EcoCentric Mom standard.  You won’t find anything in the box that Rebecca would not use on herself or for her own family.

June EcoCentric Mom2Be Box

This box is the Mom-To-Be box, they also offer a Mom box as well as a Baby Box which I will share very soon!  For $21 a month, you can discover great new products that have passed the EcoCentric Mom tests!

June’s EcoCentric Mom-to-Be Box


Lauren Brooke Cosmetiques Lip Colour – $12.00 full size Lip Colour:  Lauren Brooke Cosmetiques have been given top ratings by the EWG.  They use only the purest, natural and organic ingredients.  I received the color Chablis and it has a light coppery hue.  It is beautiful and just the perfect color I would wear!


Marie dean Belly Massage Anti-Stretch Mark Cream – $20.00/8 oz (4oz included):  Although I already have stretch marks from my previous pregnancies, I still use massage cream due to itching and not wanting even more stretch marks.  Using high quality organic ingredients, Marie Dean uses cocoa butter, shea butter, natural oils and extracts to create a cream that goes on smooth.  I have really enjoyed trying this out as my skin feels extremely stretched at this point.


Food Should Taste Good Sweet Potato Chips – $1.29 snack size bag: Made from wholesome ingredients, these chips are certified gluten free and Kosher.  My kids really enjoy Food Should Taste Good chips and the Sweet Potato Chips are no exception.


Turtle Moon Health All Natural Mosquito and Tick Repellent – $12.00/Bottle: This is made from a family-owned company using a blend of essential oils.  Although we have not had a chance to use it yet, I live in Arkansas so this will come in handy in the land of the mosquitoes!


Brigit True Organic Healing Skin Balm – $5.50/tube:  This healing balm is 99.5% organic.  It is the size of a container of lip balm so very portable.  As I stated above, we live in the land of humidity and bugs so this will be well used.  It seems to stop the itching on bug bites for a couple of hours and because it is made from organic ingredients, I feel great about trying it out on the children.


Preggie Pop Drops – $5.50/box:  These are about the size of a small hard candy but are all-natural drops for morning sickness.  My morning sickness is 100% better than it was in the beginning, these work great for even a little bit of upset stomach.  These don’t have an overly sweet taste, rather are a bit sour.  They have a great taste and are very soothing.  These are now a constant in my purse.


Shea Terra Organics Rose Hip Black Soap Face Wash – $18.00/4oz (1oz included):  I have yet to try this also but can’t wait to try it out!  This is based on a Africian formula using real Africian black soap that acts as a microdermabrasion to get rid of dead skin.  This product is very highly recommended so I can’t wait to see if it lives up to all the rave.


Novena Maternal Organic Cucember and Cranberry Eye Gel – $22.00/Tube:  I have been using other Novena products and am in love with them!  This is an organic, vegan custom formulated skincare line designed for pregnant and breastfeeding Mamas.  I just tried this out and although I haven’t noticed a difference just yet with my fine lines, it goes on smooth and leaves the area around my eyes hydrated.


EcoTrek Fitness Whole  Foods Bar – $2.29 per bar:  These bars are created from ingredients that add nutritional value while avoiding refined sugars, artificial sweeteners and genetically modified ingredients.   I haven’t tried this so I can’t vouch for the taste but it is in my stash to have for my go-to as I am on the run.

I really enjoyed what was packed in this month’s box and can’t wait to try out the rest of the products!  This is really an awesome way to try out new products you may not find on your own.  Would you like to try out one of the EcoCentric Mom boxes for yourself or gift one to a family member?  Cash in on the discount code below.

EcoCentric Mom Coupon Code

Each box is different, but for just  $21, the box is packed full of goodies!  This month’s box actually contained $75.08 worth of goodies.  If you are looking for something unique to give to an expectant Mama-to-be or a Mom you wish to show you love them, an EcoCentric Mom box would be a great solution!

Use code ECOMOM3OFF to get $3 off your first month’s box!  

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